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  1. Dorkly Presents 25 Times Celebrities Showed Us Their Cosplay Chops

    Curse your sudden but inevitable Canuckness!

    Let's just all take a minute to fully appreciate Nathan Fillion as Captain Canada, shall we?

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  2. Jeff Goldblum In A Very Strange Yet Delightful Ad For Lightbulbs (?)

    Shirtless Goldblum playing piano in a hot tub alert!

    When you woke up this morning, did you think to yourself, "I haven't had enough shirtless Jeff Goldblum in my life lately?" Well me too, friend. Me too. Lucky for us, Goldblum is starring in this ridiculous new add for General Electric, put together by the guys from Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!. I don't know how I feel about hearing Goldblum say "This is too moist," but that's a discussion for another time.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: The Lord of Gifts Is Active On Etsy

    Sure, Ted next door has a pool. But The Nazgûl don't care about pools.

    'Fess up. Which one of you bought the single One Ring fire pit available on Etsy, and why have you not invited the rest of us over for s'mordors?

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  4. Dorkly Collects 20 Incredibly Geeky Classroom Test Responses

    You get an F for "flipping brilliant." But also for "fail."

    Hey! Listen: You should really study more.

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  5. UK Man Jailed For Tweeting Rape Threats In Response To Jane Austen Banknote Campaign

    Badly done, asshole. Badly done, indeed.

    Trigger warning for threats and harassment. When Peter Nunn launched what the prosecution called an online "campaign of hatred" last July to protest Jane Austen's image being placed on the £10 note, the 33-year-old seemed to feel he was immune from punishment.

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  6. According to Game Developers, There Are No Pumpkins in Middle-Earth

    Halloween is ruined! *sobs*

    Some good news for that small subsection of people who wish hobbits were real, but who also get real sick of the annual invasion of gourd-based decoration every autumn: if you lived in Middle-Earth, you would be safe from the all seeing eye of the pumpkin spice, because pumpkins don't exist there. Okay, but they must have them in Valinor, right? Otherwise what's the point of even going?

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  7. California Just Enacted America’s First “Yes Means Yes” Affirmative Consent Law

    YES. 1,000 TIMES YES.

    Today just got exponentially better: according to The New York Times, California Governor Jerry Brown signed our nation's first ever "Active Consent Bill" yesterday, a landmark law that will enforce "yes means yes" legislature at state universities and universities where students are eligible for state grants.

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  8. Monday Cute/Terrifying: Puppies and Screaming Armadillos, Sadly Not In the Same Video

    AAAAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!!!!

    What, you don't think this albino screaming hairy armadillo (an actual species, and not the name of a mid-80s punk band) is cute? Fine. Whatever. Try the vid behind the cut, of a puppy (the YouTube title says "dog," but all dogs are just varying ages of puppy—it is known) not realizing that the glass door he wants to get through is already open. "PUNY HUMAN. CEASE YOUR BARRING OF MY—oh, thanks."

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  9. Learn Yourself Some Geography With an 11 Minute Updated Version Of Wakko’s State Capital Song

    I'm tired just watching it.

    Animaniacs taught us the capitals of every state in the U.S. and the name of (almost) every country in the world, but it didn't teach us both—probably because it would have taken half an episode to get through them all. But on Youtube, there's plenty of time for foundring to get through all of them, organized by continent for added musical flare. Just don't run out of breath there, buddy.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Klingon Stormtrooper Ballerina Princesses

    Today is a good day to plié.

    Obviously we don't get to attend cons as often as Her Universe's Ashley Eckstein does, but why isn't this something we see everyday? That just doesn't seem fair.

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